A beautiful stone barn conversion complete with geothermal under floor heating, this is very much a contemporary take on a traditional cottage. The views over the farmland to panoramic coastline are outstanding and there's plenty to explore right on your doorstep.
This homestay offers open living right to the oak beamed A-frames with doors leading out onto the terrace area as an extension of your living space for sunny days. A glorious antique dresser is home to a collection of lovely things including original pieces by Emma Bridgewater, T&G Green Cornishware. Squashy oversized sofas and leather armchairs and lovingly selected original artworks make for a perfect place to relax and unwind. A dining table for four separates the 'eating from the seating' and is plenty space enough to host a dinner party. Entertainment awaits with WiFi broadband access, a Sonos wireless sound system and a Smart satellite television with Netflix and Sky Sports all provided.
The kitchen is ship-shape spectacular. Every mod con has been cleverly integrated within a bespoke wooden unit, even a foldaway ironing board! Sparkly granite surfaces and high spec appliances together with immaculate crockery and kitchen utensils are waiting for you in this luxury retreat. The Belfast sink has panoramic sea views of its own, which will take the edge of the washing-up.
Light and welcoming, Tremanon’s two en suite bedrooms offer modern comfort steeped in rustic ambience.
Bedroom 1 features a king-size double bed and French doors that lead to the terrace. The luxurious ensuite bathroom has an indulgently deep bath, perfect for a relaxing soak after a day on the beach.
To ensure convenient flexibility for all groups Bedroom 2 has a zip and link bed (6' double or twins). The fresh, contemporary ensuite shower room includes a generous walk-in shower with an oversized head.
Both bedrooms are ensuite, with one bathroom and one shower room. Fluffy white towels and luxury toiletries are waiting for you.
Located in a secluded area, surrounded by 50-acres of farmland, Tremanon has its own private terrace and gardens with fabulous panoramic views of the North Cornish coast to Trevose Head. There is a dining table and chairs as well as wooden sun loungers and a gas fired barbeque.
Private parking for up to two cars.
Places to eat
In the heart of one of the UK’s favourite foodie destinations you are spoilt for choice when it comes down to eating out. On the doorstep at Trebarwith Strand the Port William pub is fantastically positioned overlooking the rugged beach, the family owned The St.Tudy Inn is situated in a beautiful village nearby and celebrates the finest seasonal produce. A short drive further south in Padstow you’ll find Rick Stein’s cluster of eateries. Head further south and onto Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen Cornwall overhanging the golden sands at Watergate Bay.
Wine: follow the Camel Estuary as it winds it way up to Camel Valley vineyard and spend a while sampling some of Cornwall’s most infamous bubbly, a real Cornish success story.
Tremanon is fully WiFi ready, so if you need to keep in touch with the outside world you can.
Two dogs are very welcome. We charge £30 per dog per week or short break.
"Outstanding accommodation, completely bowled over by the standard of fixtures and fittings and little extras that the owner provided. Almost like being at home. Will definitely consider using you again if all properties are this good, especially as this was my first self catering holiday." May 2015
"This is a special place, James and Lucy are wonderful hosts. We love it here." - November 2015
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